I've hit a bit of a wall in my picture-taking lately. Nothing seems good enough anymore. I'm no photographer, but I still hate to put up anything here that isn't worth looking at for a few seconds, at least. It's why I'm sporadic contributor to memes. I'll skip it rather than post an image that doesn't work for me. And not much works for me these days.
However, I recently watched a documentary about famed photographer Sally Mann, What Remains. In it, she said photography always gets harder, because you feel like every image has to be better than all the ones before it. And that's it, exactly. And she said that what you have to do then is take another picture. Any picture.
So here's mine. It's my closet ceiling. Make of it what you will.
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